Application Closes: 1 December 2022
Hurray! the application for the Generation Google Scholarship Award is now open at the University of Groningen!
To help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field, exceptional scholars are invited to apply for this grant in the Netherland.
Women interested in computer science are strongly advised to apply for this program at the University of Groningen.
The University of Groningen is a public research university of more than 30,000 students in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. Founded in 1614, the university is one of the most traditional and prestigious in the Netherlands
- Be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at a university for an academic year;
- Intend to be enrolled in or accepted as a full-time student in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD program at an accredited university in Europe, Middle East or Africa for an academic year;
- Be studying computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical field;
- Demonstrate a strong academic record;
- Exemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for improving representation of underrepresented groups in computer science and technology.
To help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field. Selected students will receive an E 7,000 award. The award must be spent on tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for the student’s classes at their primary university.
You will be asked to complete an online application which includes:
- General background information (e.g. contact information and details about your current and intended universities)
- Academic transcripts from your current and prior institutions (if you have earned a prior degree)
- One letter of reference from a professor, instructor, adviser or supervisor
- Responses to five short essay questions
- Recipients will be selected based on the overall strength of their essays and application materials compared to the entire applicant pool or respective peers (e.g. Bachelors students compared to other Bachelors students).